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Alongside the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace, The Coca Cola London Eye (previously known as the British Airways London Eye and the Millennium Wheel) is earning its place as one of the most iconic and famous sights in London. In all of my seven years of living in London, not once did I think that I, a non-tourist should try the experience – that is until a friend of mine excitedly rang to say she had fast-track tickets.
If you are looking for a nice outdoor bar to take a drink, we would definitely recommend visiting the Somerset House Terrace which is open from April until September. This years Somerset House Terrace is presented by Peroni Ambra who have beautifully transformed the iconic open air riverside space (with great views over London) into an immersive Italian experience, where guests are transported to the rural Chinotto groves of Liguria, North West Italy. Inspired by the classic Italian aperitivo, Peroni Ambra combines crisp and refreshing Peroni Nastro Azzurro and the sharpness of Italian Chinotto – a rare Italian citrus fruit, grown and harvested in the region of Liguria, North West Italy.
Following a hugely successful event last year, Grosvenor will once again be hosting Belgravia in Bloom – a six day floral festival in Belgravia from 22-27 May, to coincide with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show in central London. The theme this year will be 'children’s books'.